Steve McEllistrem

The Devereaux Dilemma

Monthly Archives: February 2019

Some Truths Are Absolute

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Everything is relative, or so we like to think, because we are wired to compare everything. We begin as infants, putting things in our mouth and noticing that some of the objects taste better than others. We see our mothers … Continue reading

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We Need Our Tribes

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This tendency to form ourselves into groups is written into us, a carryover from our earliest days, when belonging to a group meant that we had a much better chance of survival. Left to our own devices on the savanna, … Continue reading

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The I Am Everything Delusion

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We are born into delusion. Our earliest thoughts lead us to believe that we’re the most important people in the world. Why wouldn’t we think that? Our parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts and uncles, neighbors and friends all coo at us … Continue reading

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